Curiosity Daily Podcast: Preserving Old Book Smells, Reacting Before Noticing, and Humans from Outer Space
Learn about why researchers have broken down the smell of old books; new research that shows why your brain has a kind of Spider-sense; and the Panspermia theory that human life originally came from outer space.
Episode Show Notes:
In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following stories from Curiosity.com to help you get smarter and learn something new in just a few minutes:
- Researchers Have Broken Down the Smell of Old Books — https://curiosity.im/2V6WlkL
- Magic Or Medicine: Medieval Mysteries [Curiosity Podcast Episode] — https://curiosity.im/2trTo2y
- Seeing and Reacting to a Threat Doesn't Happen in the Order You Think — https://curiosity.im/2V7XjO2
- The Panspermia Theory Says Humans Are From Outer Space — https://curiosity.im/2V98Cp9
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